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New post 26 Jun 2017, 22:03
key word "help it" is missing in E => the original meaning has been changed => A is correct

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New post 21 Sep 2017, 04:07
Hi,

In my opinion, Option E is the best option.

In option A, it doesnot have a clear antecedent.
I am referring to the second "it"
Can it not refer to Warby Parker.

Also, "to design the frame" and "to help design the frame" , don't they mean the same thing?

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New post 18 Oct 2017, 08:48
E is completely wrong, this is my approach : E. Although Google has launched ‘unchic’ glasses with a computer processor,... it has approached Warby Parker, an e-commerce eyeglass company, to design more fashionable frames. I like to cut the sentences to see if they make sense and in this case it doesn't.

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this question is really confusing. The OA is E, right?

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this question is really confusing. The OA is E, right?



Hello chesstitans,


The OA for this question is A.

You can review the detailed solution of this question right below the question post on the first page of this discussion thread.


Hope this helps. :-)
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